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In a post published on his Weibo account, the Chinese support player explained his contract expired and that he did not plan to re-sign. He thanked the organization, its staff members and the other players from the team for his experience before expressing his determination to reach worlds again in the 2019 League of Legends season.
Invictus Gaming is the only professional League of Legends organization for which Baolan has played in his two years as a professional. Baolan is the second member of Invictus Gaming's ranks to leave the team in the wake of its career best 2018 season. He follows in the footsteps of coach Jung-su Kim, who announced his free agency Nov. 18.
On November 28 100 Thieves announced that they have agreed to part ways with Cody Sun entirely - meaning the ADC is a totally free agent. The organization took to Twitter to thank him for his time with the team and to also confirm that the 21-year-old is now able to sign with whoever he sees fit. Buy cheap LoL ELO Boost from Mmocs.com,we promise 100% safety and fast delivery. There have been rumours of the player following in the footsteps of former FlyQuest and 100T jungler Matthew ‘Meteos’ Hartman and swapping the black and red pinstripes of 100 Thieves for The Greenwall and OpTic Gaming.
The team signed former Team ROCCAT coach Simon "fredy122" Payne as their head coach and former Gambit support Edward "Edward" Abgaryan as their assistant coach. Rogue has also signed Emil "Larssen" Larsson as a substitute mid laner, sources said. Larssen, 18, announced on Twitter on Monday that he will complete his schooling in the spring, then join the team in Berlin and compete for the starting mid lane spot in the summer.
Sencux joins the roster after losing his starting position on Misfits to Fabian “Febiven” Diepstraten, who joined the roster in the off-season. As for Wadid, his inclusion will be dependent on a transfer agreement between Rogue and G2 Esports, who currently have a contract with Wadid until 2020.
A composition with a strong frontline will fit comfortably around Neeko. Once the latter stages of the game are in motion, she’ll have the tools to turn the tides of a teamfight, with the use of her massive AoE damage and her CC potential. If she can survive long enough, or not get picked off, before the fights even begun, she’ll work wonders. In this case, a Tahm Kench would be ideal, allowing her to use her ultimate, before being swallowed up, and taken to safety, so she can reset, and continue dishing out the damage.